Hyundai Creta N Line Unveiled; Reservations Available Before March 11 Launch

Hyundai Creta N Line Unveiled; Reservations Available Before March 11 Launch

Official information about the Hyundai Creta N Line has been released ahead of its March 11 launch. For Rs 25,000, Hyundai is now accepting reservations for its sportier SUV online and at its dealerships throughout India.

A new front bumper with red inserts and a redesigned grille with the “N Line” badge are added to the Hyundai Creta N Line. Its profile includes new 18-inch alloy wheels with red side skirting inserts and brake callipers. Its modified rear bumper, which also features red skid plate inserts, and dual-tip exhaust are included.

The “N Line” emblems are placed on the front, side, and rear profiles of the sportier version of the standard Creta. The Thunder Blue color with a black roof is another unique feature of the Creta N Line.

Modifications to the Cabin

Although the interior of the Creta N Line hasn’t been fully disclosed, the most recent interior teaser image does confirm that it will get an updated cabin with an all-black theme. It will be enhanced by contrast red stitching on the gear lever and upholstery as well as red accents all around the dashboard. The package will also include the N Line-specific steering wheel.

Onboard Safety Technology And Features

The higher variations of the standard Creta will serve as the foundation for the majority of the Creta N Line. Therefore, anticipate that it will come standard with dual 10.25-inch displays (one for infotainment and the other for instrumentation), wireless phone charging, dual-zone air conditioning, and ventilated front seats, just like the standard Creta.

The inclusion of six airbags, electronic stability control (ESC), an automated parking brake with hold function, and hill assistance has been confirmed by Hyundai for the Creta N Line. Additionally, it is anticipated to include some of the advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) found on the base Creta.

Turbo-Petrol in Only

The 1.5-liter turbo-petrol engine (160 PS/ 253 Nm) will be the same as in the standard model, but a 6-speed manual transmission and a 7-speed DCT (dual-clutch automatic transmission) will probably be available as options.

Since this SUV is the N Line model, anticipate that it will differ slightly from the standard Creta in terms of suspension and steering response, which will improve handling. It could also come with a sportier-sounding exhaust system.

Competitors And Anticipated Prices

The starting price (ex-showroom) of the Hyundai Creta N Line is anticipated to be Rs 17.50 lakh. Along with competing with the Kia Seltos GTX+ and X-Line, it will also sport a more aggressive design to rival the Skoda Kushaq, Volkswagen Taigun GT Line, and MG Astor.

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